The books listed below explore Catholic Fundamentalism. Once we understand that God can program in three dimensions, we realize that He could have programmed the universe with blinding speed. He can program in three dimensions. He programmed energies and particles, then compiled them into systems and beings. With equal speed, we see can understand that things like fossils, continental drift, sedimentary rocks, and carbon-14 were programmed simply because it was how He chose to program each of us human beings with free will.
Pascal once said that people travel so they’d have things to tell their friends. These books are journeys into a new world where believers see that their beliefs, when translated from their Scriptural origins in the Iron Age, make more sense than anything else when considered in words from our computerized age.
After taking even a short trip into the new world of Catholic Fundamentalism, we have something to tell our friends when they get depressed about how bad things seem to be. Fear and doubts are things to be banished. When we see how simple things are, we can literally become as little children.
Oh, the joy!
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New Road to Rome
This new road to Rome reaches some who are impervious to ordinary evangelism. Along the way, readers learn how God programmed space and time in a week, how His Kingdom is beyond it, what dinosaurs were, and what The Flood did.
The origin of the earth’s three peoples is explained. Questions about how the ancients moved big stones, who wrote Shakespeare’s plays, why governments war against their citizens, and why we should love our oppressors are answered.
The issue of why God let leftists all but eliminate the Latin Mass,for instance, is explained on page 7. (Download for free) If you are tired of both conservatives and liberals squabbling, this book will cheer you up. To paraphrase Browning, “The Programmer is in Programming HQ, all’s right with the world”.
To see a synthesis of how Catholic Fundamentalism even makes sense of pagan gods, check the Theory of Ongoing Creation, p. 20. And, if you want to see a good reason for God to have programmed Bill Gates, check page 23. And, if you’ve ever thought the other side had overly complicated human history, see how it all began on p. 48.
My Yoke is Easy, and My Burden is Light
Small book, big ideas. It will let you explain:
1. How the new concept of 3-d Fractals, like pixels in three dimensions, shows the Bible’s account of Creation to be reasonable and uncontradictable.
2. Why a simple Current Technology Translation lets everyone understand the power of God more fully than ever.
3. This view of the world gets rid of clutter and raises IQ.”My Yoke is Easy…” puts you ahead of many “experts”. You can easily show people this new, reasonable basis for belief.
In one short book, the faith of our fathers’ is shown to be far, far ahead of what we are solemnly told is “science”.
All The World Is A Stage
Its easy to explain this new way to see God and the world He programmed. This book will help you see yourself as an Actor on a Stage that was programmed in place by the Invisible Producer out of 3-D pixels. Angels are the stagehands and prompters. Realize that you will play your starring role better when you know what Troupe and Guild you’re in. You will learn how Eternally important it is to be a “good” actor. “All The World Is A Stage” offers the simplest, sane way to picture the Earth and those upon it. Parts of it are very funny, reflecting the fact that Dante did call his staggering works on the afterlife The Divine Comedy.
Crats! is an odd adventure story that combines the culmination of all past science, computers and the Fractals that come out of them, with the oldest teachings of the oldest church.Catholic Fundamentalism is what it boils down to. It’s thoroughly Catholic, but with a deep sense of thanksgiving for all the fundamentally faithful from Abel on.